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Art is the Food for the Human Soul

 

Now you have an expert in art to guide you through the maze of art, galleries,

museums, auctions and any other questions you may have pertaining to art.

 

About your Expert

With 40 years in the art business, from Hawaii to Chicago, and everywhere  in-between, I have worked in all areas of the art business. From sales to acquiring and appraising fine art and sculpture. I have had extensive training in fine art from formal education to personally painting and sculpting.

 

Now I would like to share my love of art. 

 

I look forward to hearing from you and being your source for art knowledge.  Send your questions concerning fine art here.  If I am not able to answer your questions, I will do my best to point you in the right direction.

 

What to Look for in a Sculpture

 

Benvenuto Cellini, an Italian Mannerist Sculptor, listed three points to look for to properly judge a good and successful sculpture - Modeling, FEM & Multiple Viewing Perspectives.  (more)

 

 

Articles

What Determines Value?
Etching vs. Drypoint
Wood Engravings
What Makes a Master Artist?
Esthetics in Art

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Artist to Watch

Introducing...

Martin Eichinger

 

 

 

 

 

USA, Michigan, 1949

Master Narrative Romantic Sculptor

 

 

 

Featured Artist

Albert Bierstadt

Germany / United States

Solingen, January 7, 1830

New York, Feb 18, 1902

 

A Romantic Impressionist Painter. (more)   

What Does That Mean?

Learn a new Art Term.

Bite: 

In etching and engraving, to remove metal from the plate via acid or burin creating a line or surface that will hold ink.

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Religion in Art

Art and artists throughout history have been commissioned to do works of art depicting Biblical scenes and stories throughout the history of mankind.  Initially and most importantly artwork was created for the Church because the general public could not read.  (more

 

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